At this point in the development process, Windows 8 Milestone 3 if sources close to Microsoft are to be trusted, there are more questions than answers about Windows 8.
The Redmond company has yet to confirm officially any details related to the next major iteration of Windows, and the operating system’s default browser version is just one of them.
Reports are now indicating that Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) will ship with Windows 8, according to Chinese site win7china but also additional sources.
It must be clear by now that Windows vNext is a taboo topic for the software giant, and so is IE vNext.
Microsoft is not ready to share them with the public yet.
At the same time, with Windows 8 having only hit M3 at the end of February 2011, all reports related to the platform need to be treated with as much skepticism as possible, since they might end not fitting into the software giant’s plans for Windows 7’s successor.